1. Recorded live at the IBC SuperMeet, Sunday Sept. 9, 2012.

    Cinematographer John Brawley and Digital Colourist Giles Livesky, take to the stage to investigate the Blackmagic Cinema Camera and how the RAW images work in combination with DaVinci Resolve.

    Clearly shown is the benefits of working with RAW images in DaVinci: from applying different grades, setting the colour temperature in post, and enhancing the overall look and feel of the image.

    More movies soon on Movie Machine from the IBC, Amsterdam SuperMeet!

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  2. Huge thanks to Dan Moran twitter.com/danmorancolor for this. Hopefully this is first of a series from him.

    If this has been useful for you please show your thanks to Dan by using the tipjar function on this page. All the money (minus the Vimeo small fee) will got to Dan, not me!

    For my review of this excellent new camera go here: vimeo.com/50394211

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  3. Colorist Rob Bessette of Finish Post presents an overview on the art of color correction with a step-by-step look at the finer points of Black Magic Design's DaVinci Resolve.

    For more information about Rob Bessette, visit finishedit.com/rob.htm

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  4. Rule’s Equipment Manager, Adam Van Voorhis, provides a practical look at the affordable Blackmagic Cinema Camera reviewing all you need to know to get started and how best to maximize this low-cost tool for your next project -- including post workflow and Cinema DNG RAW. Featured guest, Joe Marine, Managing Editor of NoFilmSchool, adds an insightful look at the camera based on user and community perspectives.

    ABOUT NoFilmSchool: NoFilmSchool is a site for DIY filmmakers and independent creatives. The site focuses on tools and technology relevant to filmmakers, writers, directors, editors, producers, cinematographers, bloggers, designers and entrepreneurs. To learn more, visit nofilmschool.com/

    ABOUT THE BLACKMAGIC CINEMA CAMERA: The new and affordable Blackmagic Cinema Camera features a 2.5K image sensor with a wide 13 stops of dynamic range, built-in SSD recorder, open standard uncompressed RAW and compressed file formats, compatibility with quality EF or Passive Micro Four Thirds lenses, LCD touchscreen monitor with metadata entry to speed-up the post-production process, and UltraScope and DaVinci Resolve Software. Contact us for more details at answers@rule.com or 800.rule.com.

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  5. I've created a FREE 4 part video series called Color Grading 101.

    **NOTE for those who can't seem to be bothered to read below before posting 'advice for me' - This FREE series uses and focusses on grading with the Tangent Devices Elements Panel - This is an essential piece of gear when colour grading in my opinion- however everything I show you can be done on the mouse. This is a beginners look at resolve- if you are wanting in depth training then I suggest buying some from rippletraining.com

    Since Black Magic Design released DaVinci Resolve 9 Lite powerful color grading is now accessible to all. However if you are moving from layer based 'looks' like Magic Bullet , then there are some key differences when using Resolve.

    I'm a DP first and so wanted to share my journey into color grading from the point of view of a shooter. I believe that it is now more important than ever that we learn the power of color grading so that when we are making on set decisions it is with the knowledge of what can and cannot be enhanced in post.

    *UPDATE* This tutorial features a colour grading control surface from Tangent Devices - Everything I show you can be achieved using the mouse - but you can only make one change at a time and it will take you much longer- also watching me use a mouse would be boring- If this offends you then please don't watch the FREE videos.

    I don't want to keep having to explain that if you intend to colour grade beyond slapping a look on something then a panel of some description is a very good investment. It allows you to work more efficiently and therefore achieve more creative control. Thanks for you understanding.

    The panel I'm using is from Tangent Devices http://www.tangentdevices.co.uk/products_element.asp

    You can learn more at http://www.fstopacademy.com/learn

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